Author Archives: Daniel Plumer

2013 Favorite Photos

The first is an atlantic puffin captured off the coast of Maine on Machias Island. I call this “Humble” My second choice is near the Santa Cruz Coast. The tafoni in the foreground led me to name this “Moonstone Beach” … Continue reading

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Hunting Fall Foliage

I grew up and lived on the East Coast, so fall foliage was available and readily accessible every year. Now, living in Tucson, it is not so easy. I have taken some recent trips trying to track some down. My … Continue reading

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Road Trip To Southern Utah

Just returned from a marvelous road trip to southern Utah with my friend Steve who I am mentoring in photography. We drove 6 hours and spent the first three nights in Page which we used as our base camp for … Continue reading

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Flaunting

Ever since I can remember, I wanted to be “on stage” in front of people. In my very early years I starred in my camp theater productions, and later as an adult I did several years of community theater. Yet, … Continue reading

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Let It Be

May 8, 1970, the Beatles unleashed Let It Be to the world. It was an instant success, a profound message, and a beautiful song. But what does it really mean to let something or someone BE? And, how good are … Continue reading

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My Near Death Adventure

I just recently returned from a two week road trip which included photo ops in Monument Valley, Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park. I came very close to not returning, however. More … Continue reading

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Brynn Has Arrived

Not only has she entered this world, but she did so with relative ease, if giving birth can be easy. ¬†And, I must say, she is not only a beautiful infant, but she is a sweet dispositioned child; much like … Continue reading

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